We’ve all been there — things to do, people to see, places to go, but all we want to do is stay in bed and sleep. Of course, when someone comes to encourage us to get out of bed and start the day, a moan or groan of protest is to be expected… but what about a howl?
A pair of wolves doesn’t seem to think it’s too far-fetched to stay sleepy while unleashing their cute (but also bone-chilling) howl into the wilderness. Alawa and Zephyr, two captive-born wolves at the Wolf Conservation Center in New York, decided to respond to a distant howl with one of their own, but they couldn’t be bothered to even sit up to do it.
The video of their cute (and, yes, lazy) howling went viral last year, and the video has started to resurface again. Perhaps we’re all connecting a bit more with this example of long-distance communication! These two go on for over two minutes before returning to their state of snooze. Hopefully they got the message across: do not disturb!
Check out their sleepy song below: